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Severe chronic depression more likely in child sex abuse victims

A new study reveals the highest risk variables of chronic depression in the population -- such as having suffered previous episodes of depression, delayed treatment, whether related to other physical or mental health problems, or having suffered sexual abuse during childhood -- affects almost half of patients seeking treatment for depression and carries with it significant problems in terms of disability, suffering and the cost of healthcare.
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